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Nine Alabama sheriffs have sent the state signed affidavits stating that they will use state jail food funds only to feed state inmates. [Read More]
Tags: Alabama - oaths - state
Heather Milam, the Democratic nominee vying to unseat Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill in November's general election, says Merrill blocked her on Twitter last... [Read More]
Three Alabama citizens are suing state Secretary of State John Merrill for blocking them on Twitter. [Read More]
An incarcerated Alabama prison protest organizer and inmates' rights advocate was involuntarily put in solitary confinement last month in advance of a high-profile national prison... [Read More]
A Montgomery doctor faces federal drug distribution charges stemming from an investigation that found that he had allegedly been overprescribing prescription drugs to patients. [Read More]
A Greenville company has been cited by the federal government for exposing employees to a number of hazards at its worksite in Greenville. [Read More]
Alabama Chief Examiner Rachel Riddle said that her department has plans to audit the Etowah County Sheriff's Office, but that it has yet to launch... [Read More]
Susan Cobb is suing Alabama Democratic Party chairwoman Nancy Worley for allegedly improperly removing Cobb from her position as chairwoman of the Marion County Democratic... [Read More]
Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Arizona, responded on NBC's 'Meet the Press' Sunday morning to the growing concern that President Donald Trump might fire U.S. Attorney General... [Read More]
A Tuskegee man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Two children died Saturday in an Alabama ATV crash, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. [Read More]
A nationwide prison strike expected to last weeks in prisons across the U.S. has not reached Alabama's state correctional facilities, according to the Department of... [Read More]
Gov. Kay Ivey has taken a new step that she says will end the controversial practice of Alabama sheriffs personally keeping "excess" state money allocated... [Read More]
Alabama's State Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin following allegations that he had sex with two underage girls... [Read More]
The idea that some people may not be sufficiently mentally competent to handle the responsibility of voting is a straightforward one, but in practice its... [Read More]
Alabama remains the only state in the nation that does not have a dam safety agency, a fact that worries engineers, experts and public servants... [Read More]
Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin is selling his famed beach house on Alabama's Gulf Coast less than a year after he purchased it for $740,000. [Read More]
Two legal advocacy groups have jointly launched a new initiative aimed at helping thousands of Alabama felons regain their right to vote. [Read More]
Gov. Kay Ivey took a small step Tuesday toward stopping Alabama from allowing sheriffs to pocket public money allocated to feeding local inmates that they... [Read More]
Tags: Ivey - end - practice
Ismail Shabazz spent most of the past 30 years of his life incarcerated in Alabama state prisons. [Read More]
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